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Bay & Bow Windows in Exeter & Devon

Bay & Bow Windows in Exeter & Devon

Whether your home features a traditional bay or a more modern bow-style window, we can offer you a high-performance, draught-free and secure solution. Bay and bow windows open your room up to the outdoors, creating a feeling of space to maximise your glazing area and flood your home with natural light.

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You can fit a bay window from scratch or replace an existing window. If you’re stuck for inspiration or want to get a feel for your options, you can contact us today to arrange a no-obligation home visit from one of our team of surveyors. We’re always pleased to fit products that we think add quality, space and an aesthetic flourish to homes across the South West.

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Experience the freedom of obtaining the products you desire, tailored to your preferences. Our dedicated team is always available to assist you whenever you require assistance. Your satisfaction is our priority.

Thermally Efficient

The high-performance nature of our bay and bow windows will keep your home comfortable all year round by keeping it at a warm temperature and keeping the draughts at bay.


Our bay and bow windows come with security features, so you can have peace of mind knowing that they will protect you and your Exeter or Devon property.

Finance Options

We offer flexible monthly payments, interest-free credit, and buy now/pay later for our bay and bow windows, with no finance required.

Lifetime Guarantee

Because of the high-quality materials we use to manufacture our bay and bow windows, we offer a ten-year manufacturer’s guarantee with our bay and bow windows.

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Looking for a way to make more space in your home, brighten up a room or create a centrepiece for future generations to build memories around? Look no further than our bay and bow windows — a classic, stylish and versatile home improvement for almost any home.

We provide our bay and bow windows in various colours and designs, from classic white frames all the way through to picture-perfect wood finishes, alongside a variety of stand-out colours.

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The Difference

Bay windows are a time-tested way to let light shine into your home. They’re an instantly recognisable type of traditional angled windows with three straight sides forming a trapezium-shaped space. You choose which windows you want to be able to open and which ought to be fixed in place.

Bow windows are similar, but come with a more contemporary feel — instead of the windows forming a box, they’re fitted in a smooth semicircle, giving a sleek, sophisticated feel to the right property.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you hang curtains in a bay or bow window?

Bay windows are stylish, but are they practical? What happens when you want to close your curtains?

Of course, fitting curtains for a bay window is a little more complicated than usual, but it is still fairly easy. We can recommend a variety of different designs of curtain rods, which means your curtains can be pulled around the window with no trouble. There are even rods that come in a sweeping arc shape, perfect for bow windows.

How many sides does a bay window have?

A traditional bay window has three sides, which protrude from the wall to form a trapezoid shape. One window faces outwards, and the two others slant at 45-degree angles. This is the popular and iconic style you’ll usually find in Victorian and Edwardian houses in the UK. However, we can also fit box bay windows, which form a rectangular space with side windows at a 95-degree angle. The result is a bright, warm, airy space you can fit furniture into without having to worry about touching the angled sides of a traditional bay window. At Launa, we’re always looking to cater to your preferences and take them on board.

What is the difference between a bay and a bow window?

They’re more similar than they are different — both windows enhance your home’s space and light levels, albeit in different ways and with different shapes and feel. A bay window consists of three individual windows that come together at a point beyond an exterior wall. A bow window, on the other hand, sweeps around in a graceful arc or half-polygon by using an arrangement of four, six or even more windows.

What areas do you serve?

We serve Exeter, Devon, and the surrounding area, including Torquay, Plymouth, Exmouth, Cornwall, Somerset, Newton Abbot, and more.


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